i2Eye 2020 online meeting – Recordings

During the third Autumn course on Innovative Imaging in Eye Disease (i2Eye meeting) organized by the PARIS Eye Imaging group, medical experts, physicists and biologists addressed recent progress in ocular imaging. They discussed how these advances help understand eye diseases and improve clinical care.

Several presentations reported clinical findings with Imagine Eyes’ rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera, in the main sessions as well as in the short talks sessions.

This free conference was held online, on October 12-14, 2020.

Short talks about the rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera listed below

Retinal pigment epithelium cell mosaic imaging across the macula with a transscleral illumination adaptive optics camera

Oct 12th,  5:10pm CEST – Christophe Rondeau, Imagine Eyes

High-resolution imaging analysis of patients with autosomal dominant retinitis pigmentosa caused by HK1 mutation

Oct 12th,  6:20pm CEST – Kiyoko Gocho, Quinze-Vingt National Eye Hospital & Nippon Medical School

Adaptive optics retinal imaging in patients with choroideremia after gene therapy

Oct 12th,  6:30pm CEST – Melanie Kempf, University of Tubingen

Adaptive optics in inherited retinal diseases: a review of rtx1 findings

Oct 12th,  6:40pm CEST – Marine Durand, Imagine Eyes

Cone density and vision-related quality of life after retinal detachment

Oct 12th,  7:00pm CEST – Jelena Potic, Jules Gonin Eye Hospital, University of Lausanne

Dynamic arteriole structure parameters measured by Adaptive Optics rtx1 – first results

Oct 13th,  6:10pm CEST – Urszula Szulc, University of Olsztyn

Novel approches to evaluate spontaneous and stimulated vasomotricity

Oct 13th,  7:40pm CEST – Daniela Castro Farias, Quinze-Vingt National Eye Hospital


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